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Art by KJ Hannah Greenberg © 2019

Night Colors

by Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal

 

I dip my mind

into the ink

of night, I count

the black night and

white moon and stars

as the colors

I use, mix them

together for

gray and silver

tones. I open

my mind up to

other colors

in the night on

particular

days, where red and

yellow clash and

orange is born.

The footprints on

Mars leave thinking,

Is there life on

Mars? The red blood

moon amazes

me. I wonder

if the moon and

stars will ever

come down for us.

 

Luis lives in Southern California. His poetry has been published online in Ariel Chart, As It Ought To Be, Unlikely Stories, and Yellow Mama. In print his work has appeared in Big Windows Review, Blue Collar Review, Kendra Steiner Editions, and ZYX.

KJ Hannah Greenberg captures the world in words and images. Her latest photography portfolio is 20/20: KJ Hannah Greenberg Eye on Israel. Her most recent poetry collection is Mothers Ought to Utter Only Niceties (Unbound CONTENT, 2017). Her most recent fiction collection is the omnibus, Concatenation (Bards & Sages Publishing, 2018).

Recently, Hannah’s seventh short story collection was published by Bards and Sages Publishing.

The publisher writes: "Bards and Sages Publishing is pleased to bring readers Walnut Street, our seventh short story collection by KJ Hannah Greenberg. Greenberg’s flair for the peculiar and eclectic shines through in this collection of over fifty flash and short fiction works featuring anthropomorphic starship pilots, angsty authors, strange neighbors, and more."

Walnut Street is available on Amazon:

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Volumes One through Five of the KJ Hannah Greenberg Short Story Collection at 50% off the list in an exclusive bundle only at 

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In Association with Black Petals & Fossil Publications © 2019